UK Announces Search for Families of 74,000 Indian Soldiers Who Died Fighting in World War I
The UK foreign office has announced an open plea to help them identify families of Indian soldiers who died fighting for England so that they could be brought to London and felicitated for their sacrifice as part of the government's plan to commemorate the forthcoming centenary of the 1914 to 1918 conflict.
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